Free radicals are involved in accelerated cell aging, and are responsible for the onset of many so-called “degenerative” diseases such as cancer, atherosclerosis, cerebral degeneration, inflammatory diseases, cataracts, and many other acute diseases.
In addition, they unbalance prostaglandin synthesis, which promote chronic inflammation, accelerates cellular aging and creates an immune deficiency. These are all factors that contribute to the process of cell carcinogenesis.
All the cells in our body are affected by such attacks, yet those of the nervous system are particularly affected because their membranes are rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids, particularly sensitive to FR.
To counteract these free radicals we have powerful antioxidants:
Lipoic acid R,